Entry number five in my "Sailor Moon Poster Project!"
When looking at Sailor Moon in contention for a Hollywood film franchise, I realized that the series lacks a concrete genre. True it has potential to be action, superhero, sci-fi, fantasy and romance films, but, it occurred to me that the series follows the formula of a horror movie perfectly. Five unsuspecting girls, thrust into a situation they don't understand, where they are hunted by monsters.
Keeping that concept as a jumping off point, I included as much black as possible in each poster, as well as using the modern city sklyline motif as often as I could.
Tuxedo Mask/Prince Endymion was one of the earliest posters I did, but, I prioritized completing the Senshi first. I have mixed feelings about this one, but I can't bring myself to dislike it. Sure, it looks to bright compared to the others, but he is a hottie! And I drew an acceptable "tuxedo"! How could I hate that? Anyway, I highlighted the glass in the image, even redesigning his mask to be glass- hey, if the Senshi are unrecognizable with just their tiaras, why cant he have a completely transluscent (and probably sharp) mask? At least it serves a random, but applicable purpose.
Endymion's tagline is "the UNKNOWN", because the Senshi could never really trust him, even after he and Usagi got together, until the end of the Dark Kingdom arc, because it was very apparent he had his own agenda. And that is part of what made him interesting. As of the Black Moon arc, he just played the hot young dad angle.
As with all my other posters, I tried vehemently to avoid fan casting, but I can't help thinking he looks like Andrew Garfield. Also, that's not a soul patch, it's just a shadow.
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